Have you wanted to learn German for a while and are finally ready to get serious?
Or perhaps you’ve started learning German with Duolingo, Rosetta stone, etc., but find they’re not teaching you the ‘bigger picture’ of how German actually works.
Sometimes even finding a good German class locally can be challenging, though.
So, I created two resources to help guide you:
The NHGA offers many different German classes right in Manchester. They have children and adult classes offered several times a year.
This isn’t a German school per se, but, if you want to get a degree in German, you can get a German minor or major at Saint Anselm College. They also partner with German, Austria, and Switzerland universities so that you have an opportunity to study abroad.
More on German Studies at Saint Anselm
Phone: (603) 641-7000
Address: 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester, NH 03102
Sadly, I can’t find anyone teaching privately in the Manchester area. 😔
The German-American Club of New Hampshire holds a monthly ‘Freitag Stammtisch’ with the goal of meeting to speak or listen to German, learn about German culture, expand our German vocabulary and make friends.
Click here for the full calendar and more information
Meets every first Friday of the month @ Stark Brewing Co
Address: 500 N. Commercial Street, Manchester, NH
I’ve taught for years at a university, at a language school, and privately. I took all of my teaching experience and combined it into a 3-Step German learning process. Best of all, the 1st step is completely free.